STATUAE REGUM ROMANORUM
the statues of seven kings of Rome-
including Titus Tatius and therefore, presumably, excluding Tarquinius
Superbus-erected on the Capitoline, probably on the eastern part of
the area Capitolina (Cass. Dio xliii. 45
; App. BC i. 16
; Plin. NH xxxiv.
). The statues of Romulus and Tatius were togatae sine tunicis, sine
anulis; those of Numa,1
Servius Tullius and Tarquinius Priscus had rings
on their fingers and were probably of later date (Plin. NH xxxiii. 9-10
xxxiv. 23; Ascon. Scaur. fin.). All of them were probably set up
between 350 and 150 B.C. (Gilb. i. 24-25
; Jord. i. I. 57-58; Rodocanachi,
Le Capitole 46).